Uenuku and Kaharau, Rāhiri’s warring sons, attached their rope to a kite, and flew it. The path of the kite became the boundary between the Hokianga lands of Kaharau’s descendants and the Taumārere lands of Uenuku’s people.
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Auckland War Memorial Museum Tamaki Paenga Hira
Photograph by Mark Adams
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